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Collaboration on Foxglen Challenge

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Habitat Harmony, Inc., and the City of Flagstaff Parks Department have collaborated by submitting an application for a Heritage Grant to AZ Game & Fish. The subject of the grant is to research and write a handbook on non-lethal management methods for prairie dogs.

Since Habitat Harmony is a 501c3 non-profit, we need a government fiscal sponsor. The City of Flagstaff agreed to be our sponsor. This is an exciting step toward managing prairie dogs rather than exterminating them. This research is called for in the Arizona Gunnison’s Prairie Dog Management Plan.

Prairie Dog Life

Click on the burrow images to find out more.

Nursing Chamber

A mother keeps her young pups safe while the other Prairie Dogs investigate the snake.

Entering the Burrow

A prairie dog hears an emergency cry of "snake" and goes to investigate.

Listening chamber

A prairie dog sits listening just beneath the surface of the ground.

The Rattlesnake

The rattlesnake found a prairie dog burrow to sleep in but has been discovered by the prairie dogs.

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